June 2017

If Ivanka Trump really wants to stay out of politics, she should delete these tweets

When it comes to the Trump administration’s capacity for bizarre comments, the apples apparently don’t fall far from the tree.  During an interview Monday with Fox and Friends, Ivanka Trump, senior adviser to the President of the United States, responded to a question about whether she advises her father in managing his Twitter feed with this golden nugget: “You know, I try to stay out of politics.” SEE ALSO: Trump’s

Alec Baldwin isn't done roasting Donald Trump on 'SNL' quite yet

Image: nbc By Laura Prudom2017-06-26 23:50:03 UTC Hold on to your bronzer, folks — Alec Baldwin has confirmed that he’ll be reprising his POTUS-baiting impersonation of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live next season. “Yeah, we’re going to fit that in. I think people have enjoyed it,” Baldwin told CNN, before noting that his busy schedule will limit his SNL appearances in the fall, prompting him to liken his upcoming

Yes, Carrie Fisher would have wanted us to know about the drugs

Carrie Fisher and her constant companion, the French bulldog Gary, at a signing for her final book last November.Image: MediaPunch/REX/Shutterstock By Chris Taylor2017-06-20 01:11:24 UTC There’s a wonderful sight gag in Postcards from the Edge, the movie based on the novel based on Carrie Fisher’s life. The Fisher character, just released from drug rehab, is in the kitchen having an argument with her mother. Personifying her cleaner-than-thou attitude, the mother

Department of Defense still uses 8-inch floppy disks and other disturbing details from Jared Kushner's speech

Jared Kushner (left) and Apple CEO Tim CookImage: SHAWN THEW/EPA/REX/Shutterstock By Lance Ulanoff2017-06-20 00:56:37 UTC I don’t care what Jared Kushner’s voice sounds like. It’s what he said that blew me away. The globetrotting head of the White House Office of American Innovation broke his cipher-like silence on Monday to offer a stunning outline of the federal government’s recidivistic tech tendencies. Chief among them is that the U.S. Department of

Psychologists devise clever trick to make us eat more veggies

Are you salivating yet?Image: Sean Gallup/Getty Images By Sasha Lekach2017-06-20 00:34:26 UTC Turns out if you call beets “dynamite” and sweet potatoes “zesty,” people actually want to eat their veggies. A new study published last week in JAMA Internal Medicine from Stanford University’s Psychology Department found that rich, descriptive and delicious labels for vegetables makes them a lot more appealing. The study found that “indulgent” descriptors for vegetables like beets,

Tim Cook's barf face at Trump's big tech meeting says it all

Holding back the vomit.Image: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty By Jack Morse2017-06-20 00:05:38 UTC Damn, Tim. You’re not looking so hot.  Maybe, and I’m not a doctor, but could it be because you were forced to pay homage to The Great Orange One at the inaugural June 19 meeting of Trump’s American Technology Council? Or possibly, and I’m just spitballing here, you look like you just swallowed a first-generation iPhone simply because you

Why banning the sale of smartphones to kids is a bad idea

Why talk when you can text?Image: Silvia Otte/Getty Images By Jack Morse2017-06-20 00:02:09 UTC Kids and their smartphones … amirite?  Parents around the world are acutely aware that once a child gets his or her tiny hands on a cellphone, it’s practically impossible to pry those sticky little fingers free. And, we’re told, this is unhealthy and bad.  So what if we made it illegal? This is the thinking behind

Watch the open-world antics of a zombie-filled 'Days Gone'

[embedded content] During Sony’s E3 conference in LA today, Days Gone made a very gritty appearance that may or may not have included a zombie bear. We’ve already seen gameplay clips and trailers focused on the protagonist — a bereaving lover and otherwise seemingly stone-cold-mercenary by the name of Deacon St. John — and the many, many hordes of zombies you’ll be facing in the game. But today we got

Oculus Rift gamers now have a VR esports league

Image: Oculus  By Adario Strange2017-06-13 01:26:05 UTC It’s only been a little over a week since the first national virtual reality esports championship took place in New York, but the public’s response to the event has led Intel, Oculus, and ESL to double down on VR esports with the VR Challenger League.  The new, larger competitive gaming series will feature a number of VR esports around the world, with $200,000

Find out what Sony's got for E3, live, right here

By Tina Amini2017-06-13 00:59:35 UTC [embedded content] We’ve already heard from EA, Ubisoft, Xbox, and Bethesda. Now it’s time for Sony’s big E3 show. We’re expecting some trailers or news on Spider-Man, Days Gone, God of War, and some new announcements. And probably some worthwhile indies, if previous E3 conferences are any indication. Go to Source Author:Tina Amini Powered by WPeMatico